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Name:  Security Bank Building
Address:  319 N. Fourth
Year:  1892
Architectural Firm/Architect:  Peabody, Stearns & Furbe
Alterations:  The first floor fenestration and doors have been changed.
Designation: City Landmark, Eligible for National Register of Historic Places,
Neighborhood:  35
The building was home to the Noonday Club, an organization of St. Louis businessmen, for many years. The lower two floors are of pink granite with pink limetsone and brick above. A prefab cast iron dome sits above the lobby and art glass tops the entranceway.

Peabody, Robert Swain
Peabody & Stearn,
Reedy, William Marion

Security Bank Building
Security Bank Building



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